Andrea Grottoli grottoli.1 at osu.edu
Thu Oct 13 21:00:44 EDT 2005

Seeking a full-time Research Associate or Lab Technician in coastal and 
marine biogeochemistry to assume primary responsibility for the management 
and organization of the new light isotope facility in the Department of 
Geological Sciences (soon to be the School of Earth Sciences) at The Ohio 
State University.  Other specific duties include the maintenance, daily 
operation, and ensuring data quality of a new Delta Plus mass spectrometer 
system and peripherals (elemental analyzer, Kiel carbonate device, and 
multiport inlet device).  Ongoing research includes coral paleoceanography 
and physiology, river and estuary biogeochemistry, and carbon cycle 
research across land to ocean margin systems.  The Research Associate or 
Lab Tech will be involved in the research of the principle investigators 
but will also have the opportunity for independent research and 
publication.  Candidate must have good organizational, and verbal and 
written communication skills, a minimum of a Masters degree in some area of 
earth or marine sciences, and 3-5 years of experience in isotope mass
spectrometry.  Experience with vacuum line chemistry is also highly 
desirable, but not necessary.  Position includes medical/dental benefits 
and retirement package.  Salary is commensurate with experience.  Please 
submit a current CV, names and contact information of three references, and 
a cover letter of research interests and experience electronically as a 
single .pdf file to Dr. Andrea Grottoli at 
grottoli.1 at geology.ohio-state.edu.  Applications are being accepted 
immediately.  The position will start November 15, 2005 or as soon 
thereafter as possible, and will remain open until filled.  Ohio State is 
an EEO/AA Employer.


Andrea G. Grottoli, Assistant Professor
Ohio State University
Department of Geological Sciences
125 South Oval Mall
Columbus, OH 43210-1398
tel:  614-292-5782
fax: 614-292-7688
email: grottoli.1 at osu.edu
Office location: 329 Mendenhall Labs


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